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The lecture has fallen on difficult times . . . it relies too heavily on auditory input and makes students passive as opposed to active learners. —Silver, Strong, and Perini. As history teachers we may often use the lecture format, and perhaps many of us had our first excitement about history ignited by an incredible lecture that sparked our interest in the past, but students learn best if they are actively processing what they are hearing. Mike Yell introduces the Discrepant Event Inquiry
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[Free Market, January 2012]

"We are the 99%!" This slogan of the Occupy Wall Street protesters has been called the most memorable quote of the past year. Those who rally to its cry do so in opposition to the villainous 1%.

For a handful of the protesters, being a member of the 1% means being a wealthy recipient of a government bail
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We must admit: iTunes rocks! After all, it’s where we got our start 6 years ago. For many of us that are on-the-go and tune in with our iPods, it has the best collection of content online! Want to learn Japanese, brush up on math, or hear the latest news? Just sync it up and [...]
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